Alt Codes for Spanish Alphabet

List of Alt Codes for special letters and characters in the Spanish alphabet. Learn how to type accented vowels, ligature, inverted exclmation point, and inverted question mark by using their Alt Code values.

LetterLetter TypeAlt Code
ÀUppercase Accent Grave (A)0192
ÈUppercase Accent Grave (E)0200
ÌUppercase Accent Grave (I)0204
ÑUppercase Ligature (NN)0209
ÒUppercase Accent Grave (O)0210
ÙUppercase Accent Grave (U)0217
ÜUppercase Accent Diaeresis (U)0220
àLowercase Accent Grave (a)0224
èLowercase Accent Grave (e)0232
ìLowercase Accent Grave (i)0236
ñLowecase Ligature (nn)0241
òLowercase Accent Grave (o)0242
ùLowercase Accent Grave (a)0249
üLowercase Accent Diaeresis (u)0252
¡Inverted Exclamation Point0161
¿Inverted Question Mark0191

How to type special Spanish letters by using their Alt Codes?

  • Make sure you switch on the NumLock,
  • press and hold down the Alt key,
  • type the Alt Code value of the special Spanish letter; for example, for lowercase accent diaeresis u, type 0252 on the numeric pad,
  • release the Alt key and you got ü.

*You must type, preceding 0.

** Above mentioned procedure is not aplicable for MacOS.

For more information on how to use charecters, symbols, and emojis please check our How to use Alt-Codes? page.

Recent Comments

Laura Saavedra 2019-06-09 17:38:56

These are different from the ones I have been using like 161 for accent í,
alt 164 for ñ and so on, it's been changed?
How can I find the ones I had been using? I lost my copy.
from main page

A Person Replying To Jeremiah Carter 2019-01-18 09:18:21

To use on a Chromebook just copy and paste them

David R. 2018-12-15 19:03:36

How do I add them to my computer?

I. Rubin 2018-11-07 00:49:41

Tous les lettres du 160 au 173 donnent �


Jeremiah Carter 2018-10-30 13:45:57

I know how do you do on a chromebook

Michael Thurman 2018-09-21 05:22:43

I think this form will help me when its time to use it

Chianne simmons 2018-09-11 18:22:22

this website helps alot and i really like that this helps it

Dominic 2018-09-10 10:52:16

Thank you for this...Idk

Marl 2018-09-09 11:57:29

I'm trying to make the CAT - and do not understand how to use the 'code' - please advise. TY

Jaelyn 2018-09-07 06:06:55

I'm confused

Lexii Sigourney 2018-09-05 20:20:07

WHat about british alphabet

Brianna 2018-09-04 04:18:03

Thanks this helps a lot.

Me 2018-04-23 14:09:53

You cannot type symbols using the alphabet+Alt, you have to use the Numpad to type the Alt codes. Also, don't type on the top of the keyboard, type on the right, where there are /**-789+4561230. Enter, and Numlock. Make sure Numlock is on.(On my computer, it doesn't matter whether or not Numlock is on, I can do it either way, on or off)

Jordan2012Marble 2018-04-08 15:44:39

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Lantoniazzi 2018-02-08 12:04:28

Can you please add Portuguese (Brazilian)

capslock 2017-10-29 11:26:38


jobert 2017-10-06 21:03:17


STILL UNSURE 2017-09-22 03:53:42


El Titere 2017-09-09 13:59:37

I have a Logitech 400 plus which comes with NO numeric pad' is there another way besides the pad?

WANDA IVETTE 2017-08-25 13:24:21


Ici Paris 2017-08-08 09:30:05

Hey, ALTCommandFinder℠ (and everybody else with a French keyboard).
Me too I have a French keyboard and have been using this Alt-codes with no problems at all for over 20 years now. I use Windows 7 & Chrome.

Cokito, sorry bro, if you want to have the accents alone (to be clear, the tildes) then you'll have to open your Word and launch the Special Symbols & Characters Map, then explore a set (let's say Arial) until you find what you're looking for. At the bottom of the Special Symbols & Characters Map you'll find, or be able to switch to, the ASCII codes (which = Alt Codes, you'll still need to hold down the Alt key). And voilà ("à" typed with my French keyboard layout, in case you're wondering).

AW 2017-05-12 15:30:29

you can make up a lot of the ☺☻♥♦♣♠•◘○§É6∩1]ò√₧=╙

Antonio Rodriguez 2017-03-22 22:16:24


Tyler 2017-03-20 19:28:16

I cannot do it on a chromebook!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Dylan Fardella 2017-02-12 23:27:00

To insert alt codes on a laptop without a keypad, hold down alt+fn+(enter your alt code)

21 SAVAGE 2016-11-28 18:47:19

Anyone got Broccoli symbols? That would be lit. Broccoli is fire. Like kodak ♣♠♦○○◘••♦☺☻♥☻☺

Guadalupe 2016-07-11 23:05:11

Como optengo el 2nd las dos letras chicas

Bbrk24 2016-04-19 22:29:28

Hey Mike, did you notice the small numbers on the right side of the keyboard? Press Number Lock (Function + Scroll Lock on my computer) and use those numbers.

ALTCommandFinder℠ 2016-03-27 12:26:28

If you have a French keyboard, what do you get them from, the character map?

cokito 2016-02-11 00:12:59

How can I get only accent, just like on spanish keyboards? I have a french one.

Robert Ponce 2015-12-23 16:07:18

Why don't computers come with this valuable and useful information?

OOPS 2015-12-04 20:13:32

What about Russian alphabet?

Bungala 2015-12-02 14:32:49

Hold down the alt-key and type in the numbers:

Example: alt+"165" (in other words, keep holding "alt" until you type in all three numbers - (alt+1, alt+6, alt+5) yields the following character: Ñ

Mike 2015-11-11 18:52:09

I hold down alt and then numbers on top as there is no number pad on my Lenovo carbon laptop. No luck. Nothing happens. Any help?

José 2015-10-29 14:47:58

When using ALT codes, you must type the number using the number pad, not the numbers on the top row of the keyboard.

SeñorTapatío 2015-10-02 18:37:57

@still puzzled - to type the letter, hold down the alt key and type the number. when you release the alt key, the letter should appear. i've noticed this process does not work in a few applications/programs.

still puzzled 2015-08-28 23:38:12

I have Windows 7. When I hold down the alt key and type a letter, nothing happens.Help. Thanks

Quintus Jones 2015-05-17 16:55:02

Thanks. This has helped me a lot with my Spanish presentations.

Virdaryal Thomas 2015-03-26 15:16:25

This website is very useful and I love using the ALT codes when I'm at school doing my Spanish class online. I am even starting to remember them on my own now.

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